Open to: All teachers.
Opportunity at a Glance: Unpack our own perceptions of disability and explore the origin of those perceptions through poetry and prose. As a group you will explore the practice of teaching the work of disabled poets and writers. For example, in the media and mainstream literature the predominant narrative is that disability is a tragedy and something to be avoided, or disability is used as a metaphor for evil such as the characterization of disabled figures in the recent films Wonder Woman and Get Out. (Cost: $760.)
Event dates: On going through May 2019.
Location: At your school.
Take action: Share this opportunity with your principal and discuss if it is right for your school community.
For more information: Contact Jordan Dann, firstname.lastname@example.org, with questions or to register.